What to do with the unused caverns, quarries and holes once a site...
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Dual 316SS Cabinet Coolers With Digital Control Resist Heat and Corrosion
EXAIR's new Dual 316 Stainless Steel Cabinet Cooler® Systems with ETC (Electronic Temperature Control) keep electrical enclosures cool with -7°C (20°F) air while maintaining the NEMA 4X (IP66) rating of the enclosure and removing the heat that could adversely affect the internal components.
Gathering dust: how can depleted mines be repurposed?
What to do with the unused caverns, quarries and holes once a site has been depleted of its metals or minerals has proved a major problem throughout the history of industrialised mining. With an estimated 500,000 abandoned mines in the US alone, how can disused mine sites be repurposed or rehabilitated?
Versatily of True Wireless – StrataConnect
StrataConnect Wireless, Strata Worldwide’s original communication system first launched in 2010, remains the only truly wireless surface-to-underground communication network in the coal-mining market.
DigitalBRIDGE Plus+: Adding Ethernet to Leaky Feeder
StrataConnect™ DigitalBRIDGE Plus+™ combines the strengths and user benefits of both these technologies into a single, multi-functional network, and adds the additional benefit of carrying DC power for powering end-point devices.
Wabtec to supply electric drive systems for mining trucks
US digital solutions provider Wabtec is set to supply 28,360t integrated electric drive systems to China’s mining truck manufacturer Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock (NHL) for a new order in Australia.
Converting Data into Information into Decisions
At SRK, we understand the dynamics of mining: the variability of the deposit, the practical constraints which prevent ideal solutions from being implemented, the challenges of working in remote locations, the factors which really drive costs, etc.
Amman Mineral to use ROV at Batu Hijau copper-gold mine
Indonesian mining firm Amman Mineral has placed an order with Forum Energy Technologies for a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to be used at the Batu Hijau copper-gold project, Indonesia’s second-largest copper-gold mine.
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